I am writing about minimal web design, and these are the first lines I wrote:
Minimalism was one of the major web design trends throughout the 2010s. And it likely won't fade away in the 2020s because it's a fundamentally solid concept.
I want to say 'minimalism won't go away because minimalism is a good concept to build websites upon.' The way I've written my sentence, it seems I am saying, 'Minimalism is a fundamentally solid concept, but that won't affect its popularity.' Or am I reading it wrong, and the sentences are perfectly alright for communicating the message I want to communicate?